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Connecticut Labor Press/News

LCCN:  sn92051282, The Connecticut Labor Press (New Haven, Conn.), 191?-1921 LCCN:  sn92051283, The Connecticut Labor News (New Haven, Conn.), 1921-1925   The masthead of the Connecticut Labor Press of 1920 declared the 3-cent weekly...

Influenza in Connecticut, 1918

  Lester H. Thompson, a Connecticut soldier from New Haven, lost his life shortly after arriving in France in 1918. His parents thought “he caught a cold on the transport” and that it later...

Connecticut Recognizes Labor Day

Check out the new online display of historic Labor Day souvenir ribbons and great clips from digitized historic Connecticut state newspapers! It can be found on the website of the Connecticut History Museum at...

A Slavonian Labor Day in Bridgeport, 1914

The range of events on Labor Day in Connecticut in 1914 included those special to the immigrants who made up a large percentage of the workforce.  In Bridgeport, hundreds of Slavonians gathered at Sokol...

The Examiner and the Weekly Examiner

LCCN:  sn86077047, The Examiner, Hartford, Conn., 1881-188? LCCN:  sn92051407, The Weekly Examiner, Hartford, Conn., 188?-190? LCCN:  sn92051523, The Labor Standard, Hartford, Conn., 1908-192?   A cooperative association “comprising individuals of various creeds, professions, and...

The Hartford Chronicle Family

LCCN:  sn95063011, Hartford-Springfield Chronicle (Springfield, Mass.), 1940-194? LCCN:  sn92051342, Hartford Chronicle (Hartford, Conn.), 194?-1947 LCCN:  sn92051345, Connecticut Chronicle (Hartford, Conn.) 194?-194? LCCN:  sn92051343, New England Bulletin (Hartford, Conn.) 1949-19??   On March 26, 1949,...

The Labor Standard

LCCN: sn92051523, The Labor Standard (Hartford, Conn.), 1908-192? LCCN: sn92051407, The Weekly Examiner, Hartford, Conn.), 188?-190? LCCN: sn93059286, The American Standard (Hartford, Conn.), 192?-19??   The Labor Standard began publication of Hartford, Connecticut on...

Influenza Pandemic of 1918

2018 is the 100-year commemoration of the Influenza Pandemic of 1918. Matthew L. Cartter, MD, MPH, State Epidemiologist & Director of Infectious Diseases at the Connecticut Department of Public Health, presented a version of...

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